I graduated, with honors, from Marquette University Law School, where I served on the Editorial Board of the Marquette Law Review. Following a two year clerkship with United States District Judge Myron L. Gordon in the Eastern District of Wisconsin, I was an associate, and later a shareholder, with the Milwaukee, Wisconsin law firm of Friebert, Finerty & St. John, S.C., where my practice included civil trial and appellate litigation, criminal defense, personal injury and election and campaign finance law.
From 1991 until September 2012, I opened a partnership with Don Jacquart under the name Jacquart & Lowe, S.C., specializing in personal injury law. With Don's retirement, in September, 2012 I changed the name of the firm to Law Offices of David P. Lowe, S.C.
For the past 35 years, I have enjoyed the challenges of representing people who are forced to deal with the serious consequences of accidents due to negligence, whether it be an auto collision or a complex case of medical malpractice.
I have served on the Board of the Wisconsin Association for Justice, an organization dedicated to advocacy on behalf of personal injury victims. Since 1999, I have served as counsel to the Wisconsin Breast Cancer Showhouse, a charity that raises funds for breast cancer research through an annual show house and other events. The work has been quite rewarding, as the organization has assisted close friends and their families who have struggled with this disease.
For 2009 and 2010 I served as President of the Milwaukee Jewish Day School, a private school that teaches children from K4 to 8th grade. I enjoyed working with the school's board, adminstration, and faculty in delivering a high quality education to a wonderful group of kids.